London: Representatives of Gwyneth Paltrow has confirmed that the Oscar winning actress is still keen to launch her musical career and is on the look-out for a record deal, despite failed talks with Atlantic Records.
The 38-year-old actress, who wants to launch her debut album as a singer, was reportedly faced with hurdles when her deal with music label Atlantic was reportedly scrapped, reported Daily Star online.
The `Shakespeare in Love` star, who played the role of a washed-up singer in the film `Country Strong`, had earlier made appearance in TV musical `Glee`, besides giving live performance at the Oscars and the Grammys.
The reason for the snapped deal was a disagreement over money, where Paltrow had reportedly demanded a USD 1 million pay cheque.
However, Paltrow`s spokesperson is adamant the actress is still "considering" signing a deal.
"Atlantic was not the only company pursuing her, and she still has not decided if she wants to record an album...(it) is still something she is considering," said the publicist.